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Alison Hammond’s showbiz career began in Tunisia by ACCIDENT

In the show, which debuts on Saturday, the Big Brother star, 45, was cooking up a Tunisian cous cous

She is one of TV’s most beloved stars.

And Alison Hammond is up to her cheeky antics once again in her appearance on the first episode of Ainsley Harriott’s new ITV show Ainsley’s Food We Love.

and during the demonstration she told Ainsley how she accidentally got a job as a kids’ entertainer during a trip to Tunisia.

Ha! Alison Hammond is up to her cheeky antics once again in her appearance on the first episode of Ainsley Harriott’s new ITV show Ainsley’s Food We Love

Alison appeared delighted to be showcasing her culinary skills on the show, during which Ainsley asked what her favourite kind of holiday is.

She replied: ‘I like the type of holiday where you really explore the culture. I’m not a beach person but I’m more of a pool person…

‘I want to meet the people of the environment. If I go to Florida, I want to meet people from Florida. If I go to Tunisia, I want to meet the Tunisians’.

She then went in to detail about the very starts of her showbiz career – before her stint on Big Brother’s third series in 2002.

So it begins! In the show, which debuts on Saturday, the Big Brother star, 45, was cooking up a Tunisian cous cous and during the demonstration she told Ainsley how she accidentally got a job as a kids’ entertainer during a trip to Tunisia

That was then! She told the hilarious story (pictured in June last year)

Alison said: ‘I love Tunisia. It’s one of my favourite places to go. I went there with my friend and the entertainer in the hotel had left…

‘The next thing i know Ainsley, I’m on the stage on my holidays entertaining the kids doing mini disco, singing I Am The Music Man, the kids loved it!…

‘The manager came up and asked if I want to get a job and I didn’t have a job at the time. So you never know – by going on that holiday I wound up in that sort of career. That’s how I…

By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline

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